Sacramento Event: The Eloquent Palette Exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum
January 26, 2020 — May 17, 2020
Granville Redmond (1871–1935) produced a body of work that captures California’s diverse topography, vegetation, and color. Representing both northern and southern parts of the state, his paintings range in style from contemplative, Tonalist works that evoke a quiet calm, to dramatic and colorful Impressionist scenes. Born in Philadelphia, he contracted scarlet fever as a toddler, which left him permanently deaf. Soon after, his family moved to California. Redmond is today best known for his colorful Impressionist oils depicting the California landscape ablaze with poppies and other native flora.
Date & Time
January 26, 2020
Crocker Art Museum 216 O St Sacramento 95814 CA US http://www.stylemg.com/businesses/ca-sacramento-crocker-art-museum
Adults $10; Seniors, Students and Military $8